EVELYN TAUBEN
Producer . Curator . Writer
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CURATOR

A selection of curatorial projects

    FENTSTER     : A Window onto Jewish Life through Art    Founder / Curator | 2016 - ongoing  FENTSTER (meaning "window" in Yiddish) is an independent, artist-run exhibition space located in the storefront window of the grassroots Jewish community,  Makom  at 402 College Street in Toronto. Fentster presents rotating, site-specific installations of contemporary art connected to the Jewish experience.  Pictured: Grine Kuzine by Evan Tapper, December 2016 - March 2017  Other past exhibiting artists include Simon Glass, Bernice Eisenstein, Aaron Vincent Elkaim and a group of over 20 Muslim and Jewish women.  To view all past and current exhibitions, please visit:  fentster.org

FENTSTER: A Window onto Jewish Life through Art

Founder / Curator | 2016 - ongoing

FENTSTER (meaning "window" in Yiddish) is an independent, artist-run exhibition space located in the storefront window of the grassroots Jewish community, Makom at 402 College Street in Toronto. Fentster presents rotating, site-specific installations of contemporary art connected to the Jewish experience.

Pictured: Grine Kuzine by Evan Tapper, December 2016 - March 2017

Other past exhibiting artists include Simon Glass, Bernice Eisenstein, Aaron Vincent Elkaim and a group of over 20 Muslim and Jewish women.

To view all past and current exhibitions, please visit: fentster.org

   Spin Off: Contemporary Art Circling the Mandala    Aya Ben Ron (Israel), Mircea Cantor (France / Romania), Vandana Jain (USA), Gary James Joynes/Clinker (Canada), Melissa Shiff (Canada), Jennifer Zackin (USA)  September 22 to December 4, 2011 Koffler Gallery Off-Site | 80 Spadina Avenue   Click  here  to read the digital illustrated exhibition publication

Spin Off: Contemporary Art Circling the Mandala

Aya Ben Ron (Israel), Mircea Cantor (France / Romania), Vandana Jain (USA), Gary James Joynes/Clinker (Canada), Melissa Shiff (Canada), Jennifer Zackin (USA)

September 22 to December 4, 2011
Koffler Gallery Off-Site | 80 Spadina Avenue

Click here to read the digital illustrated exhibition publication

   The Postumous Landscape: Jewish Sites of Memory in Poland Today    Photographs by David Kaufman  October 2013 - March 2014 | Reuben & Helene Dennis Museum, Toronto   To read the full illustrated exhibition guide, click  here    Pictured: Overgrown gravestones, Miodowa St. Jewish Cemetery, Krakow, 2011

The Postumous Landscape: Jewish Sites of Memory in Poland Today

Photographs by David Kaufman

October 2013 - March 2014 | Reuben & Helene Dennis Museum, Toronto

To read the full illustrated exhibition guide, click here

Pictured: Overgrown gravestones, Miodowa St. Jewish Cemetery, Krakow, 2011